Well I started on my politics entry, but I was spending way too much time doing a buncha renaming of files and junk for my little blue friend so I really didn't get it done.
Anyway, in lieu of that, here's a music survey that I stole from ruxxell who stole it from... who stole it from....
1. Favorite Album Cover Art?
Shew... um, the Dwarves - Blood, Guts, and Pussy album most likely. I also really liked the "original" jacket art for Guns N' Roses' Appetite For Destruction that was eventually relegated to the inner sleeve due to it's graphic nature.
2. What albums(s) do you own in more than one format?
I sold a good deal of my legitimate collection before I hit the road last year.
3. Analog or Digital?
5. What albums of your parents did you borrow or steal?
When I was a kid there were these boxes containing quite literally hundreds of records that belonged to my dad and his brothers that were stored away in the attic. A good deal of my music fascination and early education were the result of these records. Hendrix, Stones, Beatles, Sex Pistols, Motown, James Brown, Arthea Franklin.
I would spend hours and entire weekends sifting through these records and listening to them as a kid.
6. Secret guilty pleasure album?
There are no guilty pleasures. Anything you like is valid. People might be surprised that I've owned/enjoyed albums like Debbie Gibson's Out of the Blue, Michale Jackson's Thriller and have a deep affection for The Offspring.
7. Favorite movie soundtrack?
Jesus Christ Superstar. The Deliverance soundtrack is a lot of fun, too.
8. Favorite compilation album?
Probably Guitarrorists put out by No. 6 Records. Mmmm and The Beat Generation by Rhino. For series comps, Amphetamine Reptile's Dope, Guns, and Fucking in the Streets series.
10. Top 3 on your wishlist?
Nerdy Gril - self-titled 10"
Ivan and the Terribles - "Give Her the Axe, Max" 45 single
Dead Moon - Defiance
11. Favorite place to buy music?
people still by music?
at home: CD Central
quick drive: Ear Extacy in Louisville
on the road: Bleeker Street Records, NYC
12. First concert?
Elvis Presley - my mom took me when I was only 4 years old
The first concert I saw as teen was Heart with Autograph in 1985
13. Best concert ever?
man, that is truly hard to say. how about a top 5?
Beastie Boys with Fishbone, and Murphy's Law - 1986
The Sugarcubes with The Primitives - 1990
G Love and Special Sauce - 1994
Nashville Pussy with The Hookers and The Candy Snatchers - 1998
Sleater-Kinney with The White Stripes - 2000
14. Favorite venue?
probably Bernie's in Columbus or Southgate House in Newport, KY
15. Farthest you've traveled for a show?
Columbus - 3.5 hours. Done it twice, Once for The Donnas and another time for The (International) Noise Conspiracy
16. Favorite crooner?
Harry Connick, Jr.
17. Favorite musical decade?
18. Favorite label?
Amphetamine Reptile Noise
19. You're the DJ at a small party of close friends. What do you play?
a little bit of everything
20. What do you listen to when you are getting
ready to go out on the town?
this would be assuming i have a life
20 1/2. When you first wake up?
Bob and Tom morning show when I can find it, otherwise, whatever I'm into at the second
21. Favorite cover song?
"Bathyspehere" - Cat Power (Smog)
"Wild World" - Me First and the Gimme Gimmes (Cat Stevens)
"Proud Mary" - Ike and Tina Turner (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
22. One hit wonder?
"Groove Is In The Heart" - Deee-lite
24. Favorite box set?
Bruce Springsteen - Live 1975-1985
25. How do you usually discover new music?
irc.friends and a tag team of Usenet-Allmusic.com
26. Best road trip sing-along album?
Jesus Christ Superstar - sing all the parts, top of my lungs. I usually have a sore throat mid-way through the first record.
"My mind is clearer now... at last... all too well, I can see... where we all soon will be..."
27. What are your desert island top 5 records?
Slint - Spiderland
Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West
Jesus Christ Superstar
a box set compiled of every record known to man ;-)